22 May 2015 :
The Relief Team was informed of the dire situation of the villagers from the remote Kutuskhanli village in Ramechap and the basic necessities that they require.
After spending a day of shopping and preparation, the relief team set off early in the morning in 3 jeeps with 200 pieces of blankets, 110 pieces of tarpaulins, along with various food items and medication. The courageous team include representative from Little Help Nepal, Thailand who also donated relief aid, 8 lamas from Jangchub Choeling Monastery and Brother Norsang from Karma Osal Ling Dharma Centre, they loaded.
The dirt roads to the area is hazardous due landslides and rough terrains. This is the farthest village S.J.O Relief Team is attempting to reach to date. It is about 12 hours journey. We wish the team a safe journey and successful relief mission.
Thanks to all our donors, this aid is only possible with all of your generous donation. Together, may we be able to do what we can to relieve as much sufferings as we can, and rebuild their lives.
If you would like to donate, please visit Shangpa Foundation (shangpafoundation.com) or email us @email@example.com or contact Karma Osal Ling Dharma Center, Ipoh.
Om Mani Padme Hung!
21 May 2015 :
A salute to the team….doing what they can and changing plan according to need. “Team got to know about 15 mothers have given birth since the earthquake who are living in the tent cities in Kathmandu and needed good nourishment that have been sadly lacking…” The team immediately made all their ways to provide help to the mothers and the new born babies. May the mothers and babies receive all the blessings….Om Mani Padme Hung!
Please continue to do what we can to support our team who are are working hard on the ground to support the victims.
We rejoice with all the generous donation and grateful for trust in what we are doing. Thank you.
We are working very hard to keep our funds safe and our work direct with the people on the ground. We promise that 100% of the money collected will be channeled to the people in Nepal to address their current needs.
On top of our Sherpa Friends engaging in their work distributing Rice and Tents to the affected villages, our Sangha at Jangchub Choeling Monastery, Pokhara brought food and drinks to Ram Ghat & Gandaki Hospital where quake victims from Lamjung, Gorkha are currently receiving medical attention.